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Compare 5-digit numbers using the symbols <, >, and =. This worksheet has a total of 25 questions and includes two word problems.

Fix the Spellings (E-8) (added July 02, 2015) MemberAfter reading each sentence, look for a misspelled word from your spelling list. Write the words on the blank lines on the right-hand side of the page.

Alphabetical Order (E-8) (added July 02, 2015) MemberPut each set of spelling words in order alphabetically.

Spelling List (E-8) (added July 02, 2015) MemberWords for this week include: refrigerator, initial, culture, vacation, question, precious, capture, general, genius, college, lotion, vision, patient, challenge, fortune, cherish, correction, mansion, hinge, advantage, shambles, and giraffe. All words have the /j/, /sh/, or /ch/ sound.

Make a Word Search (E-7) (added July 02, 2015) MemberPlace all of the spelling words in the puzzle grid. Then add random letters to fill in the extra squares. Now ask a family member or classmate to solve your puzzle.

Word Scramble (E-7) (added July 02, 2015) MemberUnscramble the scrambled words from unit 7.

Fix the Words (E-7) (added July 02, 2015) MemberLook for misspelt words in the sentences. Write corrections on the lines.

Question Worksheet (E-7) (added July 02, 2015) MemberAnswer the twenty-five questions on this worksheet with spelling words.

Alphabetical Order (E-7) (added July 02, 2015) MemberThe word list is broken up into 5 smaller lists. Your kids will alphabetize each mini-list.

Spelling List (E-7) (added July 02, 2015) MemberPlural nouns are the focus of this spelling list. Words included: monkeys, loaves, wives, shelves, bakeries, alumni, roofs, criteria, addresses, intestines, pennies, batteries, geese, oxen, tomatoes, radios, thieves, knives, puppies, families, potatoes, and lenses.

Make-a-Search (E-6) (added July 02, 2015) MemberStudents create their own word hunt puzzle. They write their spelling words on the grid. Add random letters. Then have a friend use a highlighter to solve it.

Two Times (E-6) (added July 02, 2015) MemberThis PDF is terrific or handwriting practice. In their neatest cursive (or printing, if you prefer), students write each of their spelling words twice.

ABC Order: Cut & Glue (E-6) (added July 02, 2015) MemberCut out the spelling cards and glue them in order on the page.

Alphabetical Order (E-6) (added July 02, 2015) MemberPlace each set of five spelling words in alphabetical order.

Word Scramble (E-6) (added July 02, 2015) MemberThe letters are all mixed up. Will your students be able to unscramble them?

Correct or Incorrect? (E-6) (added July 02, 2015) MemberRead each sentence carefully and search for the spelling word, then circle it. If it is spelled correctly, write CORRECT on the line. If the word is incorrect, spell it correctly on the line.

Math Riddle: Scared Six (added July 02, 2015) MemberWhy was six scared of seven? To find out, write the value of the underlined digits.

Anxious Ogre(7-Digit Place Value) (added July 02, 2015) Member

What do you call an anxious ogre? To find the funny answer to this riddle, simply write the numbers in standard form. Then match the letters and numbers to the blank lines at the bottom of the page.

Humpty Dumpty(Rounding Nearest Ten) (added July 02, 2015) Member

Why did Humpty Dumpty have a great fall? Round each of the numbers to the nearest ten.

Cow on the Front Lawn(3-Digit Dividends w/ Remainders) (added July 02, 2015) Member

What do you call a cow that's eating grass on your front lawn? Calculate the quotients. This one has 3-digit dividends with remainders.

Cat's Breakfast(4-Digit Dividends) (added July 02, 2015) Member

What does a kitten eat for breakfast? The answer will have students laughing aloud. This math worksheet has long division with 4-digit dividends.

Four Wheels and Flies(Basic Division Facts) (added July 02, 2015) Member

What has four wheels and flies? This riddle worksheet can be solved by answering a series of basic division facts.

The Sleeping Bull(2-Digit Quotients; No Remainders) (added July 02, 2015) Member

What do you call a sleeping bull? To complete the math riddle, students solve division problems with three-digit dividends and 2-digit quotients. None of these problems have remainders.

Teddy Bear's Supper(5-Digit Place Value) (added July 02, 2015) Member

What did the teddy bear say when he finished his dinner? To solve the math riddle, kids will need to write the numbers in standard form.

The Sick Horse(2-Digit Subtraction; No Borrowing) (added July 01, 2015) Member

Where did the farmer take his pony when it was ill? To find out, you'll have to solve two-digit subtraction problems. These problems do NOT require students to regroup/borrow.

Math Riddle: Space Alien(Subtraction Across Zero) (added July 01, 2015) Member

Subtract pairs of three-digit numbers to find the differences. Most problems require borrowing across zero. Then match up the letters to the answers to find the answer to a funny riddle.

The Champ (Fiction) (added June 24, 2015) MemberEmily comes face-to-face with fierce tennis opponent, Big Bertha. Does Emily have what it takes to become a champion? Find out in this exciting reading passage!

Place Value Cut & Glue (Decimals) (added June 22, 2015) MemberColor each place in the number correctly, according to the instructions. Then cut out the place value strips and glue each one in the correct position above the number.

Place Value Cut & Glue (6-Digit) (added June 22, 2015) MemberGlue the name of each place over the correct digit in the number shown. (Ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, ten thousands, hundred thousands)

Place Value Cut & Glue (7-Digit) (added June 22, 2015) MemberCut out the rectangular cards at the bottom of the page. The cards have names of place values, such as ones, tens, hundreds...all the way up to millions.) Glue each card in the correct position above the 7-digit number.

Place Value Cut & Glue (5-Digit) (added June 22, 2015) MemberCarefully cut the word cards (ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, and ten thousands). Look at the large 5-digit number on the page and glue the word cards over the correct digit.

Place Value Cut & Glue (4-Digits) (added June 22, 2015) MemberUse scissors to cut out the place value squares (ones, tens, hundreds, thousands). Glue each above the correct digit. Then color each digit according to the directions.

Ordering Numbers: Money (added June 22, 2015) MemberPlace the money amounts in order, from least to greatest.

Ordering Numbers: Least to Greatest (Decimals) (added June 19, 2015) MemberThis worksheet has whole numbers, decimals to the nearest tenth, and decimals to the nearest hundredth. Students determine their values and list them from least to greatest.

Ordering: Least to Greatest (added June 19, 2015) MemberStudents must examine four triple-digit numbers and rewrite them in order, from smallest value to largest value.

Ordering: Least to Greatest (added June 19, 2015) MemberOn this worksheet, students order numbers, from smallest up to the largest.

Ordering: Least to Greatest (5-Digit) (added June 19, 2015) MemberArrange the each of the numbers in the order, from the least to the greatest.

Ordering Numbers: Least to Greatest (6-Digit) (added June 19, 2015) MemberRead the numbers in each box. Then rewrite them in the correct order, from the lowest to the highest.

Ordering: Least to Greatest (added June 19, 2015) MemberEach box has a set of five numbers. Students must rewrite them in order, starting with the number that has the smallest value.

Ordering: Least to Greatest (added June 19, 2015) MemberThere are four two-digit numbers in each box. Rewrite the numbers in order, starting with the smallest.

A Dragon for Hailey (added June 17, 2015) MemberA curious girl looks up into the brilliant sky and sees a dragon soaring her way!

Cookies in Bed(Rounding to the Nearest Hundred) (added June 17, 2015) Member

Why did the girl put cookies under her pillow? To find the answer, students must round 3 and 4-digit numbers to the nearest hundred.